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Source: Division for Palestinian Rights (DPR)
Committee on the Exercise of the Inalienable Rights of the Palestinian People (CEIRPP)
31 January 1992



January 1992


Volume XV, No. 1



Contents

Page
I.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS AT FIRST MEETING IN 1992 OF THE COMMITTEE ON THE EXERCISE OF THE INALIENABLE RIGHTS OF THE PALESTINE PEOPLE: STATEMENT BY THE SECRETARY-GENERAL
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II.
ACTION TAKEN BY THE COMMITTEE ON THE EXERCISE OF THE INALIENABLE RIGHTS OF THE PALESTINIAN PEOPLE
3
III.
SECURITY COUNCIL CONDEMNS ISRAEL'S DECISION TO RESUME DEPORTATION OF PALESTINIAN CIVILIANS, URGES END TO PRACTICE AND SAFE RETURN OF THOSE DEPORTED
4
IV.
STATEMENT ON THE DEPORTATION OF 12 PALESTINIANS FROM THE OCCUPIED TERRITORIES ISSUED BY THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITY AND ITS MEMBER STATES
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V.
EXCERPT FROM THE FINAL COMMUNIQUE AND RESOLUTIONS OF THE SIXTH ISLAMIC SUMMIT CONFERENCE, HELD AT DAKAR, SENEGAL, FROM 9 TO 11 DECEMBER 1991
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VI.
TWENTY-NINTH UNITED NATIONS SEMINAR ON THE QUESTION OF PALESTINE, HELD AT NICOSIA, CYPRUS, FROM 20 TO 24 JANUARY 1992
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VII.
FOURTH UNITED NATIONS ASIAN NGO SYMPOSIUM HELD AT NICOSIA, CYPRUS, FROM 20 TO 24 JANUARY 1992
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VIII.
NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS: ACTIVITIES AND INFORMATION
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I. ELECTION OF OFFICERS AT FIRST MEETING IN 1992 OF THE COMMITTEE ON THE
EXERCISE OF THE INALIENABLE RIGHTS OF THE PALESTINE PEOPLE:
STATEMENT BY THE SECRETARY-GENERAL


On 15 January 1992, the Committee unanimously elected H.E. Mr. Kéba Birane Cissé (Senegal) as Chairman. H.E. Mr. Ricardo Alarcón de Quesada (Cuba) and H.E. Mr. Khodaidad Basharmal (Afghanistan) were re-elected as Vice-Chairmen, and H.E. Mr. Victor Camilleri (Malta) as Rapporteur, also by acclamation.

At the same meeting, the Committee also decided to re-establish its Working Group under the chairmanship of Mr. Victor Camilleri and the vice-chairmanship of Mr. Dinesh Kumar Jain (India).

After congratulating the Chairman and other members of the Bureau on their election, the Secretary-General made the following statement:
II. ACTION TAKEN BY THE COMMITTEE ON THE EXERCISE
OF THE INALIENABLE RIGHTS OF THE PALESTINIAN PEOPLE


On 6 January 1992, in a letter addressed to the Secretary-General (see A/46/837-S/23374), the Acting Chairman of the Committee stated the following:
III. SECURITY COUNCIL CONDEMNS ISRAEL'S DECISION TO RESUME
DEPORTATION OF PALESTINIAN CIVILIANS, URGES END TO
PRACTICE AND SAFE RETURN OF THOSE DEPORTED


On 6 January 1992, at its 3026th meeting, the Security Council strongly condemned Israel's decision to resume deportation of Palestinian civilians from the occupied Palestinian territories.

It took that action by unanimously adopting resolution 726 (1992) which reads as follows:

IV. STATEMENT ON THE DEPORTATION OF 12 PALESTINIANS FROM THE OCCUPIED
TERRITORIES ISSUED BY THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITY AND ITS MEMBER STATES


The following statement was issued by the Twelve States members of the European Community on 4 January 1992 (See A/46/839-S/23381):
V. EXCERPT FROM THE FINAL COMMUNIQUE AND RESOLUTIONS
OF THE SIXTH ISLAMIC SUMMIT CONFERENCE,
HELD AT DAKAR, SENEGAL, FROM 9 TO 11 DECEMBER 1991


The Sixth Islamic Conference, held at Dakar, Senegal, from 9 to 11 December 1991, adopted a final communiqué, the relevant parts of which are reproduced below:
The following resolutions relating to the question of Palestine were adopted at the Sixth Islamic Summit Conference:

"Resolution No. 1/6-P(IS) on the Question of Palestine
and the Arab-Israeli Conflict


VI. TWENTY-NINTH UNITED NATIONS SEMINAR ON THE QUESTION OF PALESTINE,
HELD AT NICOSIA, CYPRUS, FROM 20 TO 24 JANUARY 1992


The Twenty-ninth United Nations Seminar on the Question of Palestine (Sixth Asian Seminar) was held jointly with the Fourth United Nations Asian NGO Symposium on the Question of Palestine at the Cyprus International Conference Centre, Nicosia, from 20 to 24 January 1992, in accordance with the provisions of General Assembly resolution 46/74 B of 11 December 1991.

The Committee was represented by a delegation comprising: H.E. Mr. Kéba Birane Cissé (Senegal), Chairman of the Committee, and Chairman of the Seminar and Symposium; H.E. Mr. Victor Camilleri (Malta), Rapporteur of the Committee, Vice-Chairman and Rapporteur of the Seminar; H.E. Mr. Andreas Mavrommatis (Cyprus), Vice-Chairman of the Seminar; Mr. Dinesh Kumar Jain (India); and, Dr. Nasser Al-Kidwa, Permanent Observer for Palestine.

A total of 9 plenary meetings were held and 20 experts presented papers on selected aspects of the question of Palestine. In addition, representatives of 22 Governments, Palestine, 1 United Nations specialized agency, 3 United Nations organs, 1 intergovernmental organization, as well as 50 NGOs attended the Seminar and Symposium.

The joint event was opened by Mr. Cissé and a welcoming address was delivered by H.E. Mr. George Iacovou, Minister for Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Cyprus.

The representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations, Under-Secretary-General, Mr. Ronald I. Spiers, made a statement as did the Chairman of the Committee on the Inalienable Rights of the Palestinian People. Mr. Samir Abu Ghazaleh, the representative of Palestine in Cyprus read out a message from Mr. Yasser Arafat, Chairman of the Executive Committee of the Palestine Liberation Organization. The representative of the Asian Coordinating Committee for NGOs on the Question of Palestine, Mr. Syed Farid Alatas, also addressed the Meeting.

Further statements were made by Mr. Nabil Maarouf, representative of the Organization of the Islamic Conference, and also by Drs. P. Pradier and Robert Cook, representatives of the World Health Organization.

The Seminar participants adopted a motion of thanks to the Government and people of Cyprus, as well as conclusions and recommendations which are reproduced below.

Three round tables were established. The topics addressed and the panelists were as follows:

Round table I: A just settlement of the question of Palestine

(a) The inalienable rights of the Palestinian people

Mr. Muhammad Hallaj (Palestinian); Mr. He Yafei (China); Mr. Don Betz (United States of America);

(b) Israeli withdrawal from the occupied Palestinian territory

Mr. Hashim Mahamid (Israel);

(c) Israeli settlements

Mr. Ian S. Lustick (United States of America);

(d) Palestinian refugees

Mr. Ron Macintyre (New Zealand);

(e) Jerusalem

Mr. Moshe Amirav (Israel); Mr. Albert Aghazarian (Palestinian);

(f) Security arrangements in the region

Mr. Mattityahu Peled (Israel); Mr. Yezid Sayigh (Palestinian);

(g) Presentations on the round table as a whole

Mr. Radwan Abu-Ayyash (Palestinian); Ms. Yael Dayan (Israel).


Round table II: Safety and protection of the Palestinian people in the occupied Palestinian territory

(a) The current situation in the occupied Palestinian territory as regards the need for humanitarian assistance to the Palestinian people

Dr. Ahmad Yaziji (Palestinian).


Round table III: International and regional issues


(a) International responsibility for advancing the peace process

Mr. A.H. Rizavi (India);

(b) Nuclear and conventional armament in the region

Mr. Omran El-Shafie (Egypt);

(c) International economic assistance to the Palestinian people and to the region

Mr. Ryoji Tateyama (Japan); Dr. Vassos Lyssarides (Cyprus); Mr. Mohamad Amerah (Jordan);

(d) Jewish immigration

Dr. Muhammad Hallaj (Palestinian); Mr. Ian S. Lustick (United States of America).

The summary of the proceedings will be published in due course as a publication of the Division for Palestinian Rights of the United Nations Secretariat.


CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS


"1. The participants welcomed the convening of the Asian Seminar and NGO Symposium as an important contribution to continuing efforts to bring about a just and lasting settlement of the question of Palestine. They emphasized the significance of the role that the Asian region had to play, and could continue to play, towards this objective. They particularly welcomed the holding of the meeting in Cyprus because of its traditional friendly ties with the peoples in the region and its geographical proximity to the Middle East.

"2. The participants noted that the fundamental changes in the international political scene created fresh opportunities for renewed efforts to resolve outstanding problems. In this connection they stressed the importance of equal applicability of the purposes and principles of the United Nations Charter and the norms of international law.

"3. The participants expressed their appreciation to the Committee on the Exercise of the Inalienable Rights of the Palestinian People and the Division for Palestinian Rights for having once again provided a forum for an in-depth exchange of views on key aspects of the Palestine question. They reaffirmed their determination to continue to work for a just and peaceful settlement. They felt that their discussions had been useful and constructive and had covered a wide range of topics, thereby contributing to better understanding of the positions of the parties to the conflict, and helping to identify important issues for further discussion.

"4. The participants reiterated the essential elements of a comprehensive, just and lasting settlement of the question of Palestine which include: withdrawal of Israeli forces from the Palestinian territory occupied since June 1967, including Jerusalem, and other occupied Arab territories; respect for the right of all the States in the region to live in peace within secure and internationally recognized boundaries; and the recognition and exercise of the legitimate national rights of the Palestinian people, primarily the right to self-determination, in accordance with the pertinent resolutions of the United Nations.

"5. The participants welcomed the convening of the Peace Conference on the Middle East in Madrid on 30 October 1991 and the subsequent bilateral talks between the parties in Washington, and expressed their earnest hope that the talks would be successful in establishing a comprehensive, just and lasting peace in the region. They noted in this connection that this process had the support of the parties concerned and had as its basis Security Council resolutions 242 (1967) and 338 (1973), which had long been recognized as the cornerstone of a comprehensive settlement. They stressed the essential need for an active role by the United Nations, the Secretary-General and the Security Council, for a successful outcome of the peace process.

"6. The participants expressed the utmost concern at the continuing settlement activity and land confiscation in the occupied Palestinian territory, including Jerusalem, which had come to pose an existential threat to the Palestinian community never experienced by previous generations. They stressed the illegal nature of those settlements and the imperative need for the immediate halt of settlement activity for the success of the peace process. Furthermore they expressed concern at the provocative actions of Israeli settlers against Palestinian civilians. They underlined the obligation of Israel to respect fully the provisions of the Fourth Geneva Convention and relevant Security Council resolutions. They urged the peace forces in Israel to strengthen their activities in opposition to further settlements and in favour of withdrawal. The participants expressed the view that economic assistance to Israel should be made conditional upon the termination of the settlement policy.

"7. The participants condemned the settlement of immigrants and Israeli citizens in the occupied Palestinian territory, including Jerusalem, and urged the Security Council and other relevant international bodies to take appropriate measures to address this serious problem.

"8. The participants stressed the fundamental linkage between an overall political settlement based on the principle of Palestinian self-determination and a solution of the continuing plight of the Palestinian refugees in accordance with relevant United Nations resolutions, in particular General Assembly resolution 194 (III). They pointed out that such a solution would greatly contribute to the achievement of peace and stability and economic development in the region. They expressed deep appreciation to UNRWA for its work carried out under difficult circumstances, and called on all Governments to contribute generously to its activities and to the activities of other United Nations agencies active in the region.

"9. The participants expressed the most serious concern at the continued threat of a wider conflict in the region, which was aggravated by the increasing arms race. They stressed that arms control measures in both conventional arms and weapons of mass-destruction can only be effective if they are structured as an integral part of a political and territorial settlement to the Arab-Israeli conflict. They also emphasized the necessity for the Governments in the region to consider seriously the establishment of a nuclear-arms free zone in the region as requested by the General Assembly of the United Nations in its various resolutions.

"10. The participants recognized that the intifadah is the expression of the national will of the Palestinian people and of its determination to remain on its land and to attain its inalienable national rights. They reaffirmed the rights of the Palestinian people to choose its own leadership, the Palestine Liberation Organization. They voiced deep concern that in its efforts to repress the intifadah, Israel continued to violate the fundamental human rights of Palestinians, in violation of the Fourth Geneva Convention and generally recognized norms of international law, as well as numerous United Nations resolutions. The Security Council, in resolution 681 (1990), had urged once again the Government of Israel to accept the de jure applicability of that convention and had asked the High Contracting Parties to ensure that Israel fulfilled its obligations as the occupying Power. The participants stressed that Israel be required to abide fully with international law in its treatment of tens of thousands of Palestinian prisoners and detainees. Participants appealed to the Security Council to persevere in its responsibility to ensure the physical protection and to guarantee the safety and security of all Palestinian people living under Israeli occupation by, inter alia, strengthening the United Nations presence in the occupied territory. They noted that the Security Council in resolution 726 (1992) of 6 January 1992 had strongly condemned Israel's deportation of Palestinians, and called for an end to that policy and the return of all those deported.

"11. The participants expressed great concern at the negligence and indifference of the Israeli authorities to public health in the occupied territory, particularly with regard to water supply and quality, sanitation, and the provision of medical care. They condemned reported abuses by Israeli forces of Palestinian patients. They called on the international community as a whole to intensify their assistance to meet the health needs in the occupied territory as well as to cease measures of shutting down educational institutions as a form of collective punishment. They also emphasized the need for protection of Palestinian trade union organizations and their activities.

"12. The participants noted with great concern that the current situation in the occupied Palestinian territory was characterized by economic collapse and massive and dangerous levels of poverty. The participants strongly deplored the continued constraints imposed by Israel on Palestinian economic development and recognized the important interconnections between economic advancement and the promotion of peace. They called for long-term developmental measures to liberate the Palestinian economy from its subordination to, and dependence on the Israeli economy, as well as for short-term immediate humanitarian assistance to the Palestinian people. They stressed that the international community has a duty and responsibility to render all assistance necessary to promote the social and economic development of the Palestinian people in the occupied territory in preparation for the full exercise of national sovereignty, and called on all United Nations agencies concerned to intensify their efforts in this regard.

"13. The participants expressed their appreciation to the Secretary-General of the United Nations for his constant efforts to bring about a peaceful settlement of the Arab-Israeli conflict, and for his support for the programme of work of the Committee on the Exercise of the Inalienable Rights of the Palestinian People and the Division for Palestinian Rights. They expressed the confidence that the Committee and the Division would continue and increase their activities to promote a constructive debate and a concrete and action-oriented analysis of the most important issues relating to the question of Palestine.

"14. The participants expressed their warm appreciation to the Government and the people of Cyprus for providing a venue for the Asian Seminar and NGO Symposium on the Question of Palestine and for the excellent facilities, courtesies and warm hospitality extended to them."




VII. FOURTH UNITED NATIONS ASIAN NGO SYMPOSIUM
HELD AT NICOSIA, CYPRUS, FROM 20 TO 24 JANUARY 1992


The Fourth United Nations Asian NGO Symposium on the Question of Palestine was held at the Cyprus International Conference Centre, Nicosia, from 20 to 24 January 1992, concurrently with the Twenty-ninth United Nations Seminar on the Question of Palestine. Mr. Syed Farid Alatas, representative of the Asian Coordinating Committee for NGOs, acted as Symposium moderator.

In addition to the plenary meetings, which were held jointly for the Seminar and Symposium, three workshops specifically related to NGO activities were organized. The workshop topics and experts were as follows:

"Developing solidarity activities by Israeli and other organizations
with Palestinian women, physicians, health workers and students"


The declaration adopted by the NGOs participating in the Symposium is reproduced below. The NGOs also elected a new Asian Coordinating Committee for NGOs on the Question of Palestine.

A report on the Symposium proceedings will be issued in due course by the United Nations Division for Palestinian Rights.


DECLARATION


"1. We, the non-governmental organizations gathered at the United Nations Asian Regional Seminar and NGO Symposium on the Question of Palestine, representing millions of people concerned with a peaceful solution of that question, believe that the situation has acquired great urgency following the Gulf war. We totally uphold the inalienable rights of the Palestinian people. We recognize and uphold the historic proclamation of the State of Palestine made on 15 November 1988. We recognize the proclamation as the expression of the continuous struggle of the heroic Palestinian people culminating in the intifadah. We unconditionally affirm the rights of self-determination, statehood and return of the Palestinian people as guaranteed by the Charter of the United Nations and all relevant United Nations resolutions. We call on all Governments of Asia and the Pacific region who have not already done so to recognize the State of Palestine in unequivocal terms and without delay.

"2. We are motivated by the genuine desire to establish a durable and just peace in the Middle East on the basis of international legitimacy as provided by all relevant United Nations resolutions, and mutual recognition of the right of both the Palestinian and Israeli people to self-determination and the right to live in sovereign independent States alongside each other.

"3. We draw attention to the peace process initiated by the Palestine National Council (PNC) in compliance with all relevant United Nations resolutions. We note and welcome the resolutions of the PNC to the effect that any international peace conference be based on the implementation of all United Nations resolutions and the right of the Palestine Liberation Organization as the sole legitimate representative of the Palestinian people. We fully support the objectives of the Palestine Liberation Organization in the peace process, and therefore urge all Governments to follow suit.

"4. We note with utmost concern the continuous systematic policy of violating the rights of the Palestinian people in the occupied Palestinian territories conducted by the Israeli occupation authorities. We deplore and denounce the continuation of the Israeli occupation of all Palestinian and Arab territories including East Jerusalem, the Golan Heights and southern Lebanon, and Israel's brutal measures against the Palestinians, including the current policy designed to dismember the West Bank by restricting movement of Palestinian individuals and goods through the City of Jerusalem. We condemn the conditions of Palestinian prisoners in the administrative detention camps and the use of torture and brutality during their interrogation, including women and children. Furthermore, we condemn the Israeli Government's policy of the systematic expulsion of Palestinians from the national homeland as a clear violation of the Fourth Geneva Convention, and affirm the United Nations Security Council's adoption of resolution 726 (1992), which strongly condemn the decision of Israel to resume the deportation of Palestinians.

Therefore, we call upon all Israeli authorities to permit the return of all deportees to their homeland.

"5. We observe with great concern the illegal colonization by Israel of the occupied Palestinian territory. We demand the immediate cessation of the construction and expansion of all Israeli settlements in occupied Palestine, which undermine the current peace process.

"6. We draw attention to the fact that Jewish immigration poses a great threat to the Palestinian survival on their land and is an obstacle to the resolution of the Palestinian problem due to the ensuing demographic changes. This is especially true while Palestinians continue to be denied their right of return. We call upon new immigrants to Israel and all Israelis to refuse to settle in the occupied Palestinian territories. We also call upon the international community to mobilize in all ways for the return of the Palestinians to their homeland, thus contributing to the efforts for a just settlement of the question of Palestine.

"7. We call upon the United States to recognize the right to self-determination of the Palestinian people as they have done in the case of Israel. We also call upon the United States to apply pressure upon Israel to comply with all relevant United Nations resolutions.

"8. We oppose the massive and unconditional aid to Israel provided by the United States and other States which underwrite the continuing occupation. We call upon all Governments to condition all aids, loans and guarantees to Israel on the cessation of Israeli settlement construction and expansion in the occupied Palestinian and Arab territories, including East Jerusalem, the Golan Heights and southern Lebanon. We call on all Governments and the United Nations Security Council to institute sanctions against Israeli occupation.

"9. We unanimously recognize and support the intifadah as a national liberation struggle for the achievement of the State of Palestine and the inalienable rights of the Palestinian people.

"10. We condemn the American and Israeli endeavours to bypass the Palestine Liberation Organization, the sole and legitimate representative of the Palestinian people, in the current peace talks. We call upon the American Administration to re-establish dialogue with the PLO. We insist that Palestinians, as do all other peoples, have full right to choose their own political representatives in any peace process. We call for direct participation of the PLO and the effective participation of the United Nations in the peace process.

"11. The issue of the status of Jerusalem should not be excluded from negotiations, nor should Palestinian residents of that city be excluded from participation in the negotiations currently under way.

"12. We consider it most urgent that the United Nations provide immediate and sustained protection for the Palestinians under occupation, and that the Security Council establish in East Jerusalem an authority responsible for the monitoring of human rights violations in contravention of the Fourth Geneva Convention. We urge the Security Council to take all necessary measures to facilitate the exercise by the Palestinians of their inalienable rights. We call for the establishment of a United Nations force to protect the Palestinian people and to stop Israel's attempts at uprooting and destroying it.

"13. We observe that Palestinians in Israel are subjected to a policy of legal and political discrimination and demand that Israel apply the principles of justice and equality to Israeli Palestinians in accordance with their status as a national minority in Israel. We condemn the Israeli policy of continued confiscations of Palestinian lands and destruction of Palestinian homes for the purpose of settlements of immigrants inside Israel.

"14. We express our strongest protest against the action of the Israeli Government in preventing the distinguished expert, Mr. Omar Abdel-Razeq of Al-Najah University from attending this Seminar and Symposium.

"15. We call upon all NGOs to establish contacts with and extend support to fellow NGOs in occupied Palestine, especially those related to human rights, women, health, labour, children and education. Furthermore, we call upon all Asian NGOs to monitor the relationships among Asian governmental and private institutions and Israeli governmental and private institutions. We urge NGOs to publicize these linkages and to take collective action against them including organizing boycotts of Israeli products regardless of the exporting or intermediary country.

"16. We request all Asian Governments to support the important role of NGOs in Asia in mobilizing public opinion and to extend financial and other assistance to these organizations so that they can more effectively support the struggle of the Palestinian people.

"17. We warmly thank the Committee on the Exercise of the Inalienable Rights of the Palestinian People for convening this Asian Seminar and NGO Symposium on the Question of Palestine. We greatly appreciate the presence of the Committee delegation and its guidance at this meeting. We wish to convey our deep appreciation to His Excellency Mr. Boutros Boutros-Ghali, Secretary-General of the United Nations for his message, which was read by Mr. Ronald I. Spiers, Under-Secretary-General for Political and General Assembly Affairs and Secretariat Services, whose presence in our meeting was most highly appreciated. We thank the Division for Palestinian Rights and all others of the United Nations Secretariat including the interpreters who so valuably contributed to our deliberations. We express our heartfelt appreciation to the Government of Cyprus for being our gracious host and for all the excellent facilities so generously provided. We particularly wish to express our gratitude to the Acting President of the Republic of Cyprus, His Excellency Dr. Vassos Lyssarides for his presence in our meeting. We extend similar appreciation to Her Excellency Mrs. Androulla Vassiliou, the First Lady of the Republic of Cyprus, for her highly inspiring message. In addition, we extend our appreciation to His Excellency Mr. George Iacovou, the Honourable Minister for Foreign Affairs of Cyprus for addressing the opening session of the meeting. We also wish to express our appreciation to His Excellency President Yasser Arafat for his message."




VIII. NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS: ACTIVITIES AND INFORMATION


In the course of January, the following information was received by the Division for Palestinian Rights:

1. ICCP Newsletter No. 39, available from: the International Coordinating Committee for NGOs on the Question of Palestine, 150, route de Ferney, Case postale 2100, CH-1211 Geneva 2, Switzerland.

2. A Palestinian Perspective on the Peace Process, publication of the Centre for Policy Analysis on Palestine. Available from 2435 Virginia Avenue, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20037.

3. News from Within, independent newsletter, available from: Alternative Centre, P.O. Box 24278, Jerusalem.

4. Middle East International, bi-weekly publication, available from: P.O. Box 53365, Temple Heights Station, Washington, D.C. 20009, United States of America.

5. UNRWA Report, available from P.O. Box 700, A-1400 Vienna, Austria.

6. Challenge, Magazine of the Israeli left. Available from: P.O. Box 14338, Tel Aviv 61142, Israel.

7. Another Viewpoint, commentary available from: AVP, 604 Barbera Place, Davis, California 95616, United States of America.

8. The Washington Report on Middle East Affairs, monthly publication available from: P.O. Box 53062, Washington, D.C. 20009, United States of America.

9. Newsletter on Freedom of the Press, issued monthly by the Forum of Action for Freedom of the Press and the Re-opening of Derech Hanitzotz/Tarik Al Sharana. Available from: P.O. Box 1575, Jerusalem.

10. The Other Front, weekly bulletin on development in Israeli society, available from: The Alternative Information Centre, P.O. Box 24278, Jerusalem.


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